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tort
to twist
tract
to drag, pull, draw
trans
across
us, ut
to use
ven, vent
to come, move toward
good ventilation has air coming and moving towards you.
ver
truth
vers, vert
to turn
The converted Jack Deere memorized many verses
vi
life
revival
vid, vis
to see
voc, vok
to call
pro voke
vol
to wish
astringent
having a tightening effect on living tissue, harsh, severe
A gent that has been pulled so mucy he looks like a string
demur
to question or oppose
de (negative) + mur
effrontery
extreme boldness
ef + front
evanescent
tending to disappear like vapor, vanishing
van + esce
impunity
immunity from punishment or penalty
Im + pun
ingenuous
artless; frank and candid; lacking in sophistication
gen
inimical
damaging; harmful; malevolent
mic = death
intransigent
refusing to compromise
a gent will never go trans and change his mind
trans = across
laconic
using few words, terse
lac
loquacious
extremely talkative
loq
opprobium
disgrace; contempt; scorn
op + prob
a person pointing an opposing finger at you
parody
a humorous imitation intended for ridicule or comic effect, especially in literature and art
rod
pernicious
extremely harmful; potentially causing death
per + nic
perspicacious
acutely perceptive; having keen discernment
per + spic
peruse
to examine with great care
plethora
an overabundance, a surplus
ple = fill
pervaricate
to deliberately avoid the truth; to mislead
per + var
profligate
excessively wastefull; recklessly extravagant
pro + fling
sedulous
diligent, persistent; hardworking
sed